Mr Salter said: “For us, it is very good to have this sort of backing, not just from a financial point of view, but from the perspective that these are very seasoned financial grandees.
For example, according to a June 2016 report from consumer and market analysis company CACI DataLab, UK affluents were more likely to manage their bank account online than the general population.
And criminals who hack and sell private information – including names, addresses, phone numbers and bank details – should be jailed for up to two years, according to the cross-party panel.
For a decision whose repercussions will ripple down the decades and generations, few will look back on such a marathon campaign with any fondness, so fractitious and ill-tempered has been the tenor and tone of the debate.
“How foul this referendum is. The most depressing, divisive, duplicitous political event of my lifetime. May there never be another” - Tweet from the novelist Robert Harris.